Speaking at Web 2.0

posted by Jason Kottke   Oct 01, 2004

I'll be doing a workshop on Design for Web 2.0 at the Web 2.0 conference next week with Jeff Veen and Jason Fried:

Web design and development has come a long way in the past ten years. Early assumptions have been replaced by mature decisions based on tested principles and clear best practices. We're taking what we've learned in those ten years and presenting the workshop attendee — be you a designer, technologist, or businessperson — with a collection of practical tips and techniques for designing Web sites, Web applications, APIs, feeds, and everything else that makes up the next-gen Web. So join us for a lively discussion of Web design as it continues to move beyond the browser.

Given the freewheeling nature of the workshop format, that description may not be entirely accurate, but it's close enough and if you show up, you won't be disappointed. (For a chuckle, if you look at the rest of the workshop roster, there's me and my one-man band stuck in amongst a bunch of CEOs, Partners, Directors, and VPs. Good times.)